MMT Account Software

An Excel Accounting & Business System run on MS Excel

      with Sales, Purchases, Manufacturing and Material Planning functions 
       Support Excel Versions 2000, 2002, 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013 and 2016


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Excel Accounting and MRP system with Sales, Purchases and Inventory

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Guidelines of Excel Accounting Macro setup and MMT Account

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Below are guidelines for Setting up the MMT Account System
1). MS Excel 2000, 2002 and 2003 Macro Security level Setup
   Note : normally, this Macro Security Level Setup is not required as it is the default setting of Excel.
                Setup is required only for the case Macro function was previously disabled
  2). MS Excel 2007, 2010, 2013 and 2016 Macro Security level Setup
   Note : normally, this Macro Security Level Setup is not required as it is the default setting of Excel.
                Setup is required only for the case Macro function was previously disabled 
3). Installation of MMT Account System
4). Initial Account data Setup
4.1). Quick Setup by adopting default
4.2). Customized Setup
5). Linked Account Numbers Setup for AR/AP Sub-Ledgers
6). Inventory items, Products and Purchase Parts Setup
7). Sales Orders and Invoices
8). Purchase Order and Receiving Update
9). Company Data Setup / Update
9.1). Add 2nd Company Name on Invoices and Purchase orders
9.2). Add Company logo on Invoices and Purchase orders
10). Print document number in Barcode on Invoice / Sales Order and Purchase Orders
11).Password Protection to MMT Account System
12).File Locations for MMT Account Software and Data
12.1)  Backing Up data
12.2)  Completely Removal of MMT Account software from the Computer




1). MS Excel 2000, 2002 and 2003 Macro Security level Setup


It is a requirement that Excel Macro be "Enabled" otherwise the MMT Account will not work properly.  Follow the below  steps to setup the Macro Security level  : --
1). Start-up Excel
2). Click "Tools", then "Macro" and then "Security"
3). Check the box "Medium" and then click the "OK" button (Note: the system will not run if preset at "High" level or above)

Macro Security Setting





2). MS Excel 2007, 2010, 2013 and 2016 Macro Security level Setup

It is a requirement that Excel Macro be "Enabled" otherwise the MMT Account will not work properly.  Follow the below  steps to setup the Macro Security level  : --


1). Start-up Excel
2). 2.1)  For Excel 2007, click the "Office" logo at the left top corner and then select "Excel Option"

2.2)  For Excel 2010/ 2013/ 2016, click the "File" header at the left top corner and then select "Excel Option"
3). Click "Trust Centre", then Click "Trust Centre Settings" and then click "Macro Settings"
4). Check the box "Disable all macros with notification", and then click "OK" button
Trust Center Setting

Security Setting
5).  Click "Trust Centre Settings" again and then click "Message Bar"
6). Check the box for "Show the Message Bar in all applications when active content, such as ActiveX controls and macros, has been blocked", and then click the "OK" button.
Message Bar Setting



3). Installation of MMT Account System

1). Download the MMT Account System and save the zip file

2). Create a temporary folder ( e.g.   C:\MMTFiles\ ).  This folder is to store the files extracted from the zip file as described in step 3

3). Extract and uncompress the zip file (which contains 3 Excel files and one ico file).   Save all the extracted files to the temporary folder created in step 2 above.  
( Remark : all 4 extracted files must be saved in one single folder )

Note : After MMT Account System has been properly installed, the files in this temporary folder will no longer be needed.  Hence, this temporary folder can be deleted upon completion of installation

4). Go to the folder with the 4 extracted files and Double Click the Excel file named "Setup"

5). When Excel starts, it is necessary to enable Macro otherwise installation will not be done.  

Below guides show how to enable Macros for various Excel versions : --
5.1). For Excel 2000, 2002 and 2003, when Excel starts up, it will prompt a message saying that the file contains Macros and ask whether the Macro be enabled or not

Click "Enable Macros"  ( Note: If "Disable Macros" is selected, the system will not be installed. )

macro enable

5.2). For Excel 2007, there is a bar showing the wording "Security Warning - Some active content has been disabled" and an "Options" button.   Click the "Options" button.   It will prompt a message of Security Alert.   

Check the box "Enable this content" and then click the "OK" button

Security Options


Macro Enable

5.3). For Excel 2010, 2013 and 2016, please click the "Enable Content" button right beneath the ribbon.

Macro Enable for Excel 2010
6). MMT Account System will start to install into the computer.  

7). During installation, the system will prompt and guide users to enter the necessary company data.  Follow the guide to input the company data.  

A data file will be created. The file name of the data file is in the format of "CompanyName-yyyy" . The suffix "yyyy" represents the accounting year.

Company Data Input

8). Upon successful installation of the system, the "Main Menu" will display on the screen

System Menu

9). Before data input can be done, setup of company information in below sequence are required :--
9.1). Initial Account Data setup
at Main Menu, Click "Company Data" button;
at Company Information screen, click "Set-up Initial Account Data button

9.2). Stock item Setup
at Main Menu, Click "Sales, Purchases, Inventory, AR/AP" button;
at Sub-Ledger accounting screen, click "Inventory & Manufacuring" button;
at Inventory and Manufacturing screen, click "Stock Item Setup & Maintenance" button   

9.3). Linked Account Numbers Setup
at Main Menu, Click "Sales, Purchases, Inventory, AR/AP" button;
at Sub-Ledger accounting screen, click "Sales & AR Accounting" button;
at Sales, Invoicing and AR accounting screen, click "Account Setup" button

9.4). Customer Setup
at Main Menu, Click "Sales, Purchases, Inventory, AR/AP" button;
at Sub-Ledger accounting screen, click "Sales & AR Accounting" button;
at Sales, Invoicing and AR accounting screen, click "Customer Setup" button
( As default, the system will assign a 5-digit customer number for each customer.  Users may input their preferred customer number to replace the system generated number.  But user inputted number must not be a numeric code with digits less than or equal to 5)  

9.5). Product Setup
at Main Menu, Click "Sales, Purchases, Inventory, AR/AP" button;
at Sub-Ledger accounting screen, click "Sales & AR Accounting" button;
at Sales, Invoicing and AR accounting screen, click "Product Setup" button

9.6). Supplier Setup
at Main Menu, Click "Sales, Purchases, Inventory, AR/AP" button;
at Sub-Ledger accounting screen, click "Purchases & AP Accounting" button;
at Purchases and AP accounting screen, click "Supplier Setup" button
( As default, the system will assign a 5-digit (with prefix "S") supplier number for each supplier.  Users may input their preferred supplier number to replace the system generated number.  But, user inputted supplier number  must not be a numeric code with digits less than or equal to 5 with or without the prefix "S")

9.7). Purchase Part Setup
at Main Menu, Click "Sales, Purchases, Inventory, AR/AP" button;
at Sub-Ledger accounting screen, click "Purchases & AP Accounting" button;
at Purchases and AP accounting screen, click "Purchase Part Setup" button

9.8). Delivery Address Setup
(Note : it is necessary only if there are several warehouse addresses for receiving goods from the supplier)
at Main Menu, Click "Sales, Purchases, Inventory, AR/AP" button;
at Sub-Ledger accounting screen, click "Purchases & AP Accounting" button;
at Purchases and AP accounting screen, click "Delivery Address Setup" button





4). Initial Account data Setup

Upon successful installation of the system, it is necessary to setup initial Account data before data entry can be proceeded.  After completion of the Initial account data setup, users are allowed to input data to the General Ledger.

Below data are defined into the system at initial Account data Setup :--
1). Last date of previous accounting year
2). Chart of Account
Quick Setup is recommended for users who have no preference to their chart-of-account

Customized Setup is more suitable to professional / trained accounting personnel and to those companies switching to use this MMT Account software from other accounting software



4.1). Quick Setup by adopting the default
1). At the Main System Menu, click the "Company Data" button which is located at the lower right-hand side of the screen. The Company information screen will show up.

2). Click the "Set-up Initial Account data" button which is located at the top right-hand corner.  An Excel sheet for inputting the last date of previous accounting year and a default chart-of-account will be shown on the screen.

3). Enter the last date of the previous accounting year at Cell C10 ( in the form yyyy/mm/dd).  
Note the date must match the Year End month of the company (e.g. if Year End month is March and the previous accounting year is from April 2015 to March 2016, the last date of previous accounting year should be 2016/03/31 )


Chart of Account Setup
4). Input the closing balance values of relevant accounts of previous year to the proper cells.   Please note that the total amount of credits must be exactly the same as the total amount of debits.   The system will not proceed to save data with unbalanced amount.

Remarks : --
4.1

4.2
For new companies having no accounting data of previous years, there is no need to input the balance value.  Simply leave all values as zeros
Some users may want to make input of balance data of previous years from the General Ledger data entry later on.  If this is the case, there is no need to input the accounting data at this sheet.

5). Click the "Save & Return to Main Menu" button to save the data.

Upon saving the data, the suffix of the data file name will be re-assigned to show the accounting year ( year of the beginning date of the accounting year)

Users are then allowed to make data entry to the General Ledger by clicking the "General Ledger Data Entry" button.  

general ledger


6).Modification or Deletion of an entry made at General Ledger are allowed.  
To modify or delete an entry, simply type in the Journal Code and the Number at cell C6 and C7 of the G/L data input sheet.   Once the Journal Code and the Number have been inputted, the system will show the details of the entry on the sheet.   Users may edit the content and then save the modfied entry or click the "Delete Record" button ( or type "Ctrl D" on the keybord) to delete the entry from the system.



4.2). Customized Setup of Chart-of-Account and the linked accounts

1). At the Main System Menu, click the "Company Data" button which is located at the lower right-hand side of the screen. The Company information screen will show up.

2). Click the "Set-up Initial Account data" button which is located at the top right-hand corner.  An Excel sheet for inputting the last date of previous accounting year and a default chart-of-account will be shown on the screen.

3). Enter the last date of the previous accounting year at Cell C10 ( in the form yyyy/mm/dd).  
Note the date must match the Year End month of the company (e.g. if Year End month is March and the previous accounting year is from April 2012 to March 2013, the last date of previous accounting year should be 2013/03/31 )


Initial Company Data Setup

4). Starting from Row 15, the default Chart-of-Account is shown.   Addition, Deletion or Amendment to the Account numbers are allowed.

For users without any preference of their own Chart-of Account, they may adopt the default Chart of Account and enter the beginning balance values.  After then, simply click the "Save & Return to Main Menu" button to save it in the system.


Upon users preference, they may make change to the Chart-of-Account to meet their needs.    However, the below rules must be observed:--
a). Account number starts with '1'  is for Assets;
b). Account number starts with '2'  is for Liabilities;  '3' is for Capital/Equity;
c). Account number starts with '4' is for Revenue and '8' is for Other Income
d). Account number starts with '5', '6' or '9' is for Expenses
e). Account number starts with '36' is reserved by the system for profit reporting
f). Account numbers must be of 1 to 5 digits
g). Account levels are determined by the number of digits/ figures of the account number.    ( e.g. account number '1' is of level 1;  account number '1142' is of level 4 and so on )
Level 1 is the highest level and level 5 the lowest level
h). For levels 1 to 4 accounts, the account number must compose of numeric numbers
For level 5 accounts, the last figure may be numeric or alphabet except the letters 'O' and 'I'
i). For account numbers other than level 1 accounts, next higher level account must exist.
Next higher level account is having the number same as its lower level account number without the last digit/figure  (e.g. ' 114' is the next higher level account for '1141' and '1142' )

5). After the Chart-of-Account has been well-defined, input the closing balance value of relevant accounts of previous year to the proper cells.   Please note that the total amount of credits must be exactly the same as the total amount of debits.   The system will not proceed to save data with unbalanced amount.

Remarks : --
5.1

5.2
For new companies having no accounting data of previous years, there is no need to input the balance value.  Simply leave all values as zeros
Some users may want to make input of balance data of previous years from the General Ledger data entry later on.  If this is the case, there is no need to input the accounting data at this sheet.
6). Click the 'Save' button to store the data and return to the main menu

7). Upon saving the data, the suffix of the data file name will be re-assigned to show the accounting year ( year of the beginning date of the accounting year)

Users are then allowed to make data entry to the General Ledger by clicking the "General Ledger Data Entry" button.  

general ledger


8).Modification or Deletion of an entry made at General Ledger are allowed.  
To modify or delete an entry, simply type in the Journal Code and the Number at cell C6 and C7 of the G/L data input sheet.   Once the Journal Code and the Number have been inputted, the system will show the details of the entry on the sheet.   Users may edit the content and then save the modfied entry or click the "Delete Record" button ( or type "Ctrl D" on the keybord) to delete the entry from the system.



5). Linked Account Numbers Setup for AR/AP Sub-Ledgers
Linked Account Numbers Setup is required if users want to use the Sales, Purchases or Inventory module.
Please follow the below steps to setup the linked AR/AP accounts --
 
1). At the Main System Menu, click the "Sales, Purchases, Inventory, AR/AP" button.  The Sub-ledger Menu of "Sales, Invoicing and AR accounting" will then be shown on screen.  

Note: In case the screen shown is not the one mentioned above, simply click the "Sales & AR Accounting" button at the bottom of the screen to get into the Sales & AR sub-ledger screen.

2). Click the "Account Setup" button.  The "Setup Accounts for AR/AP" screen will be shown.

Click the "Account Setup" button.  The "Setup Accounts for AR/AP" screen will be shown.  Enter the related account numbers and then click the "Save button" to store the accounts into the system

Note : the below account setting are recommended for users who adopt the default chart of accounts in the Initial Account Data Setup:--
  A/R Debtor Account  --------------> 14211
  Sales discount Account ---------> 41122
  A/P Creditor Account -------------> 21111
  Bank Account for Payments ---> 14511


Users are allowed to add as many Bank Accounts for payments as they wish. Simply click the button located next to the "Add Account # " input box to select the required account number. Click the "Save" button each time when an account is added.

To set the default bank account or to delete a bank account, simply highly the account number and the required buttons will appear on the screen.


linked account




6). Inventory items, Products and Purchase Parts Setup

The MMT Account System uses 3 different numbers to identify a stock item


1). Stock number ----- it is the number used internally throughout the company, e.g. in BOM setup; inventory item identification; Stock item reporting; Material lacking report & etc
                                           
2). Product number -- it is used to communicate with customers.  So, product numbers will appear on  Sales orders, Invoices, Credit notes and etc.
At Product setup, each product of a stock item is linked to its corresponding stock number.
Because same stock item may be sold as different product numbers for different customers, there may be several product numbers for one stock item.  However, one product number can only be linked to only one stock number

Product number may be the same or different from its linked stock number.
                           
3). Part number ------- it is used to communicate with suppliers.  So, part numbers will appear on Purchase orders and Debit notes.  A purchase part is identified by its part number as well as its supplier.  
Thus, same part number but from different suppliers are allowed no matter whether the parts from different suppliers are of the same item or different items.

At Purchase part setup, each part number of a stock item is linked to its corresponding stock number.
Because same stock item may be purchased using different part numbers from different suppliers, there may be several part numbers for one stock item.  However, one part number from any one supplier can only be linked to only one stock number

Same case as the product number, part number may be assigned the same ( or different ) from its corresponding stock number.
                     
4). Here below is an example of how the stock numbers, product numbers and part numbers relate together in the system:----

Take the case that a company has 2 stock items with stock numbers "A00011" and "B00022"

A00011 can be used for cleaning as well as rust protection
Customer A purchases A00011 as "Cleaning set"
Customer B purchases A00011 as "Rust Protection oil"
And the price sold to Customer A is different from that for Customer B

In order to pre-define the product descriptions and the different prices for Customer A and Customer B, 2 product numbers are assigned to this item.
Product number "P24680" is defined as "Cleaning Set"
Product number "P13579" is defined as "Rust Protection oil"
 
B00022 is sold to both Customer A and Customer B, but this time, the product number is the same as the stock number (i.e. "B00022")
     
In this case, at product setup, both P24680 and P13579 are linked to the stock item "A00011" and the product number "B00022" is linked to the stock number "B00022"

When issuing invoice for selling stock number A00011, P24680 will be used for customer A while P13579 will be entered into the invoice for customer B.  In this case, the pre-defined product descriptions and corresponding prices will be picked automatically to the invoice.

For Purchase Part setup :--
Suppose there are 2 suppliers ( Supplier C and Supplier D ) for the stock item A00011.  The item identification used by Supplier C is "C2468" and Supplier C insists their identification number be shown on the PO otherwise they will not accept the order.  Supplier D can accept customer's part number.

In this case, a part number "C2468" from Supplier C is assigned to the stock item "A00011".    
And for simplicity, part number "A00011" ( same as the stock number) is assigned for Supplier D.
 

 Stock Item Setup & Maintenance screen
item setup


Product Setup Screen
product setup


Purchase Part Setup screen
part setup

5). Stock items may be created by 3 methods:--
a). through 
"Stock Item Setup & Maintenance" screen of "Inventory" Module;
b). through "Product Setup" screen of "Sales" module;
c). through "Purchase Part Setup" screen of "Purchases module;

However, it is highly recommended that stock items be first created at the "Stock Item Setup & Maintenance" screen of "Inventory" Module before proceeding the Product setup and Purchase Part setup because of the below reasons:--

a). the opening quantity and value can be entered
b). At Product setup and Purchase part setup processes, if the stock number is selected first, the product description will be shown on the input box and may not need to re-type again.  


 Stock Item Setup & Maintenance screen
( After successful Setup)
stock detail




7). Sales Orders and Invoices

A). Sales Order :--

Sales Orders are to record confirmed orders from customers.   In order to input a sales order ( or an invoice), it is a requirement that the customer data and product
data have been already established.   Sales Order can be created regardless whether there are sufficient stock of the products or not.

One main reason for recording Sales orders in the system is because the system can help to generate the Material Lacking Report to help users to plan the materials.

Material Lacking Report is a very useful tool to report all the required materials ( both the  products and the components to build products ) to meet all open sales orders.  
The Material Lacking Report will show the below data :--
1).
2).
3).
Products Lacking to fulfil the open orders
Information of whether the products are self-build items or not
All the lacking components that are required to build the products 
Sales Order can be converted to Invoice when the required stocks are available.  Full or Partial conversion of a sales order to an invoice are allowed.  

Remarks: --
Amendment or deletion to a Sales Order is allowed.  
To amend or delete a Sales Order, input the SO # to the form and then click "Edit" button

sales order




B). Invoice : --

Invoices are treated as selling of products.  When an invoice is created and saved, the system assumes the products have been sold.  In case some products involved belong to stock items, the stock will be deducted and the inventory value will also be adjusted.  In order to input an invoice, it is a requirement that sufficient stocks are available at the time an invoice is created.

Invoices are allowed to be created either with or without going through Sales orders when sufficient stocks are available.  

Upon saving an invoice, below steps will be done by the system :--
1). Add to Receivable account for the total net invoice value with the invoice date
2). Deduct quantities for products of stock items from inventory
3). Deduct Cost of Goods Sold from the inventory
4). Insert Journal entry for the sales transaction
5). Update the In/Out record of the stock items


Remarks: --
1). Entry of an invoice with date earlier than the start date of the accounting year is not allowed.  ( Except for the first year of the company.  The software allows data of past year be inputted to the system for tracking.    However, the inventory will not be amended and the balance sheet will not be changed for data of previous year ).

2). Amendment or deletion to an invoice is allowed except payment (either partial or full payment ) has been received.

3). To amend or delete an Invoice, input the Invoice # to the form and then click "Edit" button to proceed.

The "Edit" button will not be shown if the Invoice is not editable ( i.e. payment has been received or the invoice date is earlier than the date range of the accounting year).

4). Each Invoice is limited to a maximum of 20 items.  This is to standardize each invoice be printed in only one sheet.   Same case applies to the Sales Orders and Credit Notes.

5). As default, Invoice numbers and Sales Order numbers are auto-generated by the system. However, users may input their preferred invoice numbers /Sales Order numbers.   User inputted numbers must not be in conflict with the format of the auto-generated numbers. (i.e. prefix "INV" or "PI" with a numeric code within 6 digits).

But for Credit notes, only system generated credit note numbers are accepted.


invoice




Conversion of Sales Order to Invoice :--
To convert a Sales Order to Invoice, go to the Sales Order input screen and click the "Convert SO to Invoice" button to proceed.

In case an invoice is created by converting from a sales order, it is reminded that the invoice be properly saved otherwise the conversion will not be complete.  

The sales order will be deducted for the products converted at the time the "Convert to invoice" button is clicked.  However, if changes are made to the invoice adjusting the quantity of the products, the original sales order will not be automatically updated for any changes made in the invoice.  Users are responsible to amend the sales order their own.   Thus, it is highly recommended that any changes to the quantity or price should be done at the sales order rather than at the invoice after conversion.

If users close the invoice without saving it, the originated sales order will return to its status as if no conversion was made.  
 
Once a sales order has been fully converted to invoice, the sales order will be completed  removed from the system.




8). Purchase Order and Receiving Update

To input a purchase order, the supplier data and purchase part data must have been established in the system.   

On receiving of purchase items, receiving update should be proceeded.   First, input the related PO # into the PO# box of the PO form.  Once an outstanding PO# is entered, the right side of the form will display a receiving screen for inputting the receiving details.  

Receiving Update Screen
receiving  


Upon Receiving Update, below steps will be done by the system :--
1). For purchase parts of stock items, add the receiving quantities to the inventory;
For non-stock items, insert  journal entry to the expense account
2). Update the inventory cost based on the value of the receiving items
3). Add to the Payable account for value of the receiving items with the receiving date
4). Update the In/Out record of the stock items


Remarks: --
1). Partial receiving is allowed.

2). Receiving Date must not be a future date.

3). Receiving Date must not be a date earlier than the accounting year
( Except for the first year of the company
The software allows data of past year be inputted to the system for tracking.    However, the inventory will not be amended and the balance sheet will not be changed for data of previous year ).

4). Amendment or deletion of Purchase Order is allowed with the below limitations :--
4.1) after some items have been received, deletion of the PO is not allowed 
4.2) unit price and discount rate for those items already received cannot be amended;
4.3) the quantity of any items cannot be amended to less than the already received quantity

5). To amend or delete a Purchase Order, input the PO # to the form and then click "Edit PO" button to proceed.

The "Edit PO" button will not be shown for closed Purchase Orders.

6). Each PO is limited to a maximum of 20 items.  This is to standardize each PO be printed in only one sheet.   Same case applies to Debit Notes.

7). As default, PO numbers are auto-generated by the system.  However, users may input their preferred PO numbers.   User inputted numbers must not be in conflict with the format of the auto-generated numbers (i.e. "P" with a 6-digit numeric code).

But for Debit notes, only system generated debit note numbers are accepted.






9). Company Data Setup / Update

Click the "Company Data" button in order to set up or update the company data.  
As soon as the button is clicked, the below input form will show up.

company data

Update / Amendment are allowed for the below items in the input form : ---
9.1). Add second company name so that it will show on the invoices and purchase orders.
( this second company name will normally be in a language other than the primary company name. e.g. the primary company name is in English and the second company name is in Chinese)
9.2). Add the company logo to Invoices and POs
9.3). Amend the company address
9.4). Add Footer data to Invoices and POs
Having amended the above data, it is necessary to click the "Save the above Company Data" button otherwise the newly inputted data will not be saved.



The Company Data Input form also provides users with the below functions :---
1). Update the Chart of Account
2). Create New Companies
3). Activate the software with a valid activation Key




10). Print document number in Barcode on Invoice / Sales Order and Purchase Orders

1). The Barcode font supported by MMT Account software is "IDAutomationHC39M Free Version" (True Type font)

2). To print barcode on Invoices, Sales Orders and Purchase Orders, it is necessary to install the required barcode fonts to the computer

3). The barcode font may be downloaded at the below website :--
 
http://www.idautomation.com/free-barcode-products/code39-font/

4). Download the barcode font and follow the instruction on the website to install the barcode fonts to the computer

5).Below image is a screen shot of an Invoice printout sample showing the locations for Barcode, Company logo as well as the first and second company names in two languages.


invoiceprintout




11). Password Protection to the MMT Account System

If desired, users may add Password Protection to the MMT Account system to avoid the software be used by unauthorized person.

Below is the procedure to add password protection to the MMT Account system : ---
1). Start the MMT Account software as normal
2). At the Main Menu screen, click the "Company Data" button
3). Find the "New Password" and "Re-enter Again" input boxes
4). Input the desired password to both input boxes and then click the "Update Password" button
5). Wait for a while until the "New Password Updated" message appears.
6). After the password has been set, the system will prompt for password input every time when the MMT Account software starts.

passwordinput
7). If users want to remove the password protection after the password has been set.   It  can simply be done by clearing up both the "New Password" and "Re-enter Again" input boxes and then clicking the "Update Password button".





12). File Locations for MMT Account Software and Data
1). Upon installation of the MMT Account software, a folder "C:\MMT Account\ " would be created.  And as default, the system would add a software system file ( Excel file name "MMT Account" ) to this folder.

During installation, a data file will also be created.  The data file name and the file location are based on user's input.    The data file name and the location can be found at the cells "C4" and "C5 of the main menu as shown below.

dataname



12.1).  
Backing Up Data
1).  It is recommended that the data file be backed up regularly.   In case there is any problem with the harddisk, the backed-up data file can be used to restore the data.
2). The data file is just an Excel file.   To backup the data, simply copy the data file to a back-up device (e.g.  USB, CD or DVD storage devices).  



12.2).  Completely Removal of MMT Account software from the Computer

If after trial testing, users do not feel satisfied with the MMT Account software, the MMT Account software can be completed removed from the computer according to the below steps : ---
1). Delete the entire folder C:/MMT Account/
2).If the data file is not located inside the folder C:/MMT Account/, then find the data file location and delete it from the computer
3).Move the "MMT Account" icon at the desktop to the Recycle Bin